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The Daily Memo - 1/17/08

check.jpgOh man! Hasbro and Mattel are trying to put the kibosh on Srabulous, the Scrabble rip-off over on Facebook. That’s about the only thing I ever do with my stupid Facebook account. (Legal Intellects)

check.jpgA settlement gets a big fat nothing for the plaintiff, but a juicy $9.5 million for the lawyers. Mmmmmm … attorneys’ fees. (Overlawyered)

check.jpgSadly, one of yesterdays’ Supreme Court decisions wasn’t about the Michael Knight but was, instead, about deductions and trusts and 2% floors and could’ve-would’ves and zzzzzzzzzz. (SCOTUSblog)

check.jpgMeanwhile, the other Supreme decision was our boy the Scalia saying that New York’s party nominee process for state Supreme Court Judges, via delegates, is a-ok. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgAs a good little alumni, I’ll plug the latest edition of the BU Law Review, which has articles on patents and mutual funds … try to keep your heart race down! (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgSome retired DEA agents are suing over the flick American Gangster because they came off like big baddies. (FindLaw)

| Comments (3)


Noooo!!! They can't get rid of Srabulous! What else am I supposed to do in class?

Wait, what? I'm Friending you! And it won't be weird!

It's not really a surprise...I mean...they couldn't have changed the name? Yahoo calls it Literati, and Pogo calls it QWERTY, but Scrabulous is pretty flagrantly skirting that magical line.